Archive for February, 2009

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March Topics Released

February 3, 2009

Lincoln-Douglas 2009 March/April Topic:

 

Resolved:  Vigilantism is justified when the government has failed to enforce the law.

 

Vigilantism Revisited: Why Can’t Dick Shoot Henry for Stealing Jane’s Truck

 

Decorabilia: Vigilantism Topic Resources

 

Vigilantism, 1937

 

Defining Vigilantism

 

American Legal Information: Vigilantism

 

Vigilante Justice: A Proper Response to Government Failure

 

Vigilante Justice in Latin America

 

 

Public Forum 2009 March Topic:

 

Resolved: That, on balance, the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) of 2001 has improved academic achievement in the United States.

 

No Child Left Behind: Testing, Reporting, and Accountability

 

Five Myths About the No Child Left Behind Act

 

Negative Implications of NCLB: Graduation Rates Go Down School Rating Goes Up

 

No Politician Left Behind

 

NCLB: Conspiracy, Compliance, or Creativity

 

States Charged with Implementing Bush’s National Education

 

NCLB: Misguided Approachto School Accountability for English Language Learners

 

The Issue Left Behind

 

Research Center: No Child Left Behind

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